"I am inviting people to write in them, as if it were their last opportunity to handwrite something" Bili Bidjocka talks about the Ecriture Infinie project.

"I am inviting people to write in them, as if it were their last opportunity to handwrite something" Bili Bidjocka talks about the Ecriture Infinie project.

The Gwen and Rodney Project    Oil on Canvas  5ft x 4ft  2012     by Tylonn J. Sawyer

The Gwen and Rodney Project Oil on Canvas 5ft x 4ft 2012 by Tylonn J. Sawyer

quote - via everything lovely

quote - via everything lovely

The feminist musician and artist Peaches has just released a book entitled What Else Is In the Teaches of Peaches (Akashic), a collection of photographs chronicling her concerts and performances over the course of several years. What follows is Yoko Ono’s essay from the book, critiquing Peaches’ performance of Ono’s iconic 1965 work, Cut Piece.

Yoko Ono on Peaches' Performances: She's the Future of Women Artists

The feminist musician and artist Peaches has just released a book entitled What Else Is In the Teaches of Peaches (Akashic), a collection of photographs chronicling her concerts and performances over the course of several years. What follows is Yoko Ono’s essay from the book, critiquing Peaches’ performance of Ono’s iconic 1965 work, Cut Piece.

I'll get right on that!

I'll get right on that!

chicago gallery news blog | Making Nice with the Guerrilla Girls

chicago gallery news blog | Making Nice with the Guerrilla Girls

“They Don’t Make Them Like They Used To” ~ Mary Sibande. Mary Sibande is a South African artist based in Johannesburg. Her recent series ‘long live the dead queen’ was featured within the city on the side of buildings and other structures as large, photographic murals. the series, like Sibande’s practice as an artist, ‘attempts to critique stereotypical depictions of women, particularly black women in our society.

“They Don’t Make Them Like They Used To” ~ Mary Sibande. Mary Sibande is a South African artist based in Johannesburg. Her recent series ‘long live the dead queen’ was featured within the city on the side of buildings and other structures as large, photographic murals. the series, like Sibande’s practice as an artist, ‘attempts to critique stereotypical depictions of women, particularly black women in our society.

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